• Temple of Doom (40th) & The Mummy (25th)

    17 JUN. 2024 · It's a double feature action adventure so hold onto your potatoes! Mark welcomes Jackie Renne back to the show to re-open the book of the dead and unleash some dark forces that are oh so fun. We fly back to the '80s and '90s to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and the 25th anniversary of The Mummy. These iconic movies have everything you want: rugged leading men, fashionable leading ladies, stunts, comedy, suspense, some horror, and lots of bugs. And how perfect that stars from each film, Brendan Fraser and Ke Huy Quan, recently won Oscars together. Plus, Tom and Huck gets a shout-out!
    1h 56m 9s
  • Sixteen Candles (40th) & Election (25th)

    14 MAY. 2024 · It's an angsty teen double feature about girls on a mission to get what they want! Mark welcomes Valerie Cherish expert Devin Lotfi from the I Don't Want to Hear That! podcast on a journey back to high school in the '80s and '90s to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Sixteen Candles and the 25th anniversary of Election. And what a perfect combo since both feature strong women who scare men, plus this is an election year, and Mark and Devin are both only 16 years old (ha!). From the movie debuts of studs Michael Schoeffling and Chris Klein, to the problematic John Hughes dialogue that hasn't aged well, to that bee sting on Matthew Broderick's eyelid, you need to Pick Flick and press play. Plus, Drop Dead Gorgeous gets a shout-out!
    1h 35m 57s
  • Mean Girls (20th anniversary)

    1 MAY. 2024 · Get in, loser, because this episode is the fetchest of them all! Mark sits with the grool kids and fellow Mean Girls fans Jason A. Coombs from the Survival Jobs podcast and Madison Eastman from MaddCrafty to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the teen comedy that became an instant classic. The limit does not exist with this trio! They rave about the perfect Tina Fey script where every line hits, salute the SNL cast members who rounded out a stellar group of actors, and compare this frequently quoted film with the new movie musical (spoilers!). Plus, that soundtrack slays (Missy, Kelis, and Samantha Ronson before she dated Lindsay!). No buttered muffins needed! 
    1h 37m
  • Serial Mom (30th anniversary)

    18 ABR. 2024 · Are those pussy willows? Mark welcomes two Maryland boys and John Waters fans on the show to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the cult classic comedy Serial Mom! Graphic designer Brandon Ingraham from Zombae Brando Designs (in his first podcast episode!) and Jesse Krempel from the Cult Circle Cinema podcast agree that Kathleen Turner playing the iconic Beverly Sutphin is cinematic perfection. With a solid cast, fun death scenes, hilarious dialogue, obscene phone calls that would make Ghostface blush, and morals everyone can root for, this 1994 movie is a "twisted Normal Rockwell" and "a feel-good movie that probably shouldn't be." RIP Suzanne Somers! Plus, we give All That a shout-out for its 30th anniversary as well, and of course touch on the popular docuseries that's been making waves, Quiet On Set. Follow the guests on social: @zombae_brando_art_design & @cultcinemacircle
    1h 22m 34s
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (20th anniversary)

    4 ABR. 2024 · This is an episode you won't forget! Mark welcomes podcaster and film scholar Antonio Palacios of the Cultworthy Studios podcasts for a mind-bending chat about Michel Gondry's award-winning film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind for its 20th anniversary. They share their own memories of love and heartbreak in 2004 when this groundbreaking movie was released, plus they discuss this stellar cast, Kate Winslet's changing hair colors, and how time heals wounds. Who was originally considered to play Clementine and which actors filmed scenes but were ultimately cut from the movie? Listen! Check out Antonio's shows at thecultworthy.com.
    1h 17m 29s
  • Cruel Intentions (25th anniversary)

    15 MAR. 2024 · Join the secret society and take a ride around NYC in a sexy Jaguar convertible, because it's time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the delicious movie Cruel Intentions! Mark welcomes friends and fellow Sarah Michelle Gellar stans Kit Sheehan and Jason Kashiwagi back on the show to discuss the beloved "Muppet Babies version" of Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Kit's the only one who knows French) that grabbed our attention in March 1999 and never let go. From Ryan Phillippe's beautiful butt to that lesbian kiss in Central Park to Christine Baranski stealing the spotlight, there's a lot to love. Gossip Girl, you wish you were this steamy! Also, Mark shares his thoughts on the TV sequel pilot that never went to series, and there's a bonus episode on the YouTube channel with even more thoughts and opinions from this trio.
    1h 31m 9s
  • Jawbreaker writer/director Darren Stein

    3 MAR. 2024 · Grab your heels and your popsicles because Mark welcomes writer, director, and producer Darren Stein for a very special episode! The Jawbreaker filmmaker takes a trip down memory lane to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his dark campy comedy that captured lightning in a bottle during a fast shoot with a low budget. They discuss the entertainment that influenced and inspired Stein, how he made films with recognizable faces when he was only in his 20s, plus the stars who auditioned for roles in Jawbreaker! And the big news: a movie musical is now in development! Who does Stein want in the cast? Oh, Kim Petras, Mary J. Blige, and more. You're gonna die (ha!) with all this trivia and insider knowledge of how a cult classic was created and how it continues to gag us.
    57m 59s
  • Jawbreaker (25th anniversary)

    28 FEB. 2024 · Make way for Satan in heels, but don't be petrified! Mark welcomes horror artist and movie lover Clark Felix (@clarkmakesart87) to chat about the cruel politics of high school and celebrate the 25th anniversary of the dark comedy Jawbreaker. The twisted and campy Darren Stein film was Heathers on a sugar high and Mean Girls before Mean Girls, with a perfect cast, colorful costumes, nods to classic movies, and dialogue that slays. Clark wonders if they would join the Flawless Four if Rose McGowan offered them the chance, and Mark wonders how many licks does a jawbreaker that big even take? Also, the 1998 guilty pleasure Devil in the Flesh gets a shout-out!
    1h 20m 32s
  • Dumb and Dumber: Jim Carrey Dominated 1994 (30th anniversary)

    18 FEB. 2024 · It's a very special 3-part episode: a Jim Carrey triple feature! Mark wraps up the 30th anniversary celebration of three hit 1994 comedies starring Jim Carrey with old friend and movie lover Katie Bruno. Jim became a breakout movie star with Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Mask, and Dumb and Dumber all in theaters during an 11 month span! In this third and final part, they celebrate the so-dumb-it's-brilliant Dumb and Dumber, the story of everlasting friendship written and directed by the Farrellys. Katie can relate to eating very hot and spicy food that she thought would kill her, and they both can relate to that explosive toilet scene. Plus, did you know they filmed the movie at the infamously haunted Stanley Hotel in Colorado?
    1h 23m 47s
  • The Mask: Jim Carrey Dominated 1994 (30th anniversary)

    13 FEB. 2024 · It's a very special 3-part episode: a Jim Carrey triple feature! Mark continues the 30th anniversary celebration of three hit comedies starring Jim Carrey with old friend and movie lover Katie Bruno. 1994 gave us Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Mask, and Dumb and Dumber all within 11 months of each other! In this second part, they focus on The Mask, directed by horror filmmaker Chuck Russell and co-starring Cameron Diaz in her film debut (Smokin'!). It's an Oscar-nominated kid-friendly comic book movie, but a couple of those moments weren't for kids! And speaking of comic books, did you know the source material is much darker and more violent? Stay tuned for Part 3 coming soon.
    51m 20s

Movie nerd, filmmaker, and anniversary celebrator Mark J. Parker brings a friend on each episode to discuss movies (and sometimes TV shows and music) that are hitting milestone anniversaries of...

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Movie nerd, filmmaker, and anniversary celebrator Mark J. Parker brings a friend on each episode to discuss movies (and sometimes TV shows and music) that are hitting milestone anniversaries of release that month. Think 20th anniversary, 25th, 30th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 70th, 75th, you get it! They'll dive in together, discussing fun facts, memorable moments, and what makes these movies worth a rewind all these years later. Let's get nostalgic! The podcast logo was originally created by Greg Clements. The theme song is the instrumental version of "Dance This Out" by singer/songwriter Kyle Motsinger and producer Smoke and Mirrors.

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